Dayanayak - Licensed To Kill is a 2005 Hindi-language Action Crime film written by Anand Vardhan and directed by Priyadarshan and produced by A. G. Nadiadwala under the banner of A. G. Films. Daya lives a poor lifestyle in a village called Yennehole along with his dad, Rama, and mom, Radha. When Rama passes away, the duo re-locate to Bombay where Daya gets a job with the Police as a Sub-Inspector. When a group of terrorists abduct 40 tourists in a bus, Daya ks permission from his immediate Supervisor, Dinesh Poonacha, but is unable to reach him. He takes the initiative, kills the terrorists and rescues the hostages and becomes a hero. But the I.G. of Police and Dinesh take a different view, and initiate disciplinary action him and ask the Home Minister to decide his fate. Daya presents his case, and the Home Minister instead decides to promote him to Criminal Investigations Unit under Chief Prakash Hegde. This will herald a major change in Daya, his mom, and Spoorthi, his future bride's lives, as he will now have the official license to kill anyone he chooses - in the name of the law. Will Daya live up to honest expectations or will he bend the law and execute innocent citizens in fake encounters - amidst mounting pressure from a corrupt system and underworld dons such as Yousuf Khaleel - who have sworn to kill him at any and all costs. Written by rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org). Dayanayak - licensed to kill stars Akshay Kumar in the title role along with an ensemble cast including Sunil Shetty, Paresh Rawal, Tabu, Kaushal, Shekar Kotyan and Lakshman. The screenplay is written by Neeraj Vora which is inspired from Ramji Rao Speaking by Siddique-Lal. The music was composed by Anu Malik along with Surinder Sodhi. Cinematography was done by Jeeva and editing by N. Gopalakrishnan. The film has a running time of 143 mins. It was released on 6th February 2005. Distribution rights for the motion picture were acquired by A. G. Films.
Action , Crime , Drama , Thriller
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